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Hoppy Bunny Easter 3D Frameable

Hi Ya'll!

Tami here on the Clear Scraps Blog with you today. I have a project I'd like to share with you.

Clear Scraps has just introduced some new designs for their 3D Frameables Line; you can view them here: NeW 3D Frameable Designs

The 3D Frameables line consists of wood frame bases and different themed word and shape wood pieces that you can use to embellish the frame. I have a few bases that I have painted in basic colors so that I can change out the themes to match the season, holiday or occasion.

I used the NeW Hoppy Bunny Word and Shape set on this Easter Decor frame. I think the bunny shape is SO adorable!


To make this project, I started by painting the frame and base pieces white. You don't need to completely paint the frame backer piece. I just do the edges. After the paint dried, I assembled the frame by adhering the open part to the backer using 3D Foam Tape JUST around the sides and bottom edges. You want to place the tape around the very outside edges so that you have room to slide your photo or insert in and out...


I covered the Bunny with printed paper and used the Sanding Stick to remove the excess paper from around the edges. I embellished the bunny with a white pom for the nose, small google eyes and a carrot sticker...


I painted the Hoppy word shape with green paint. When it was dry, I lightly outlined the letters using a black sharpie. I also decided to put a grouping of easter eggs in the "O" of the word and a sticker strip with "Easter" repeated...


Since I like to change out the themes on my frame base frequently, I tried to figure out a way to decorate the frame without permanently attaching anything to it. I came up with the idea of making an insert that extended out of the top of the frame. This way I could embellish the frame itself, but still easily remove that embellishment to change out the frame...


I started with a 4 X 7 piece of cardstock. I fit it in the frame - trimming if necessary so that it slid in and out easily. Then I marked where the opening was on the cardstock and where it hit above the frame. Then I added the embellishments to it. I used powder on the back of the parts of the flower stickers that extend off and down on the frame. Depending on what you add to the top, you may need to cut a bit off the top.

I had a big egg sticker, that I thought would look nice added to the frame, so I mounted it on cardstock and cut it out.

Clear Scraps: 

Base with Scallop Frame

Hoppy Bunny Word and Shape

Sanding Stick

Other: Reminisce: Papers and Stickers, Beacon Adhesives: Zip Dry, White Paint, Black Sharpie, White Mini Pom, Mini Googly Eyes, Cardstock and 3D Foam Squares



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